Pringle Hydro Massage
Why Massage?
> The build up of toxic substances can be
    broken down and eliminated by regular
    massage, reducing muscle fatigue and
    stiffness, particularly after exercising.

> Improved circulation through massage
   takes  the pressure off the arteries and
   veins, accelerating the flow of blood
   through the system providing relief for poor
   circulation and cardiac problems. The
   heartbeat strengthens, the rate of the
   heartbeat decreases, and high blood
   pressure is reduced.
> Fluid from swelling is transported via the
    lymphatic system. If not moved on
   quickly  it becomes semi-solid and too
   thick to pass into lymph vessels.  It then
   sticks to surrounding tissues (muscles,
   bones,  tendons,  ligaments) and forms
   what is known as ‘adhesions’.  If
   adhesions form in joint, movement can
   be restricted permanently.  Massage
   encourages lymphatic circulation and the
   swift disposal of toxic substances.

> Massage promotes the peristaltic
   activity, (wave like motion) which assists
   the colon with the removal of waste
   material from the body, combating
   constipation.  It strengthens the muscular
   walls of the intestines and abdomen and
   stimulates the secretion of digestive
   juices from the liver, pancreas, stomach,
   and intestines.

> Massage loosens the phlegm in the
   lungs and the trachea (air pipe) and
   helps working it out of the lungs.

> Massage promotes the release of
   endorphins which creates a general
   feeling of wellbeing.

YOUR BODY WILL THANK YOU
TOMORROW
> The build up of toxic substances can be
    broken down and eliminated by regular
    massage, reducing muscle fatigue and
    stiffness, particularly after exercising.

> Improved circulation through massage
   takes  the pressure off the arteries and
   veins, accelerating the flow of blood
   through the system providing relief for
   poor circulation and cardiac problems.
   The heartbeat strengthens, the rate of
   the heartbeat decreases, and high
   blood pressure is reduced.
Why Massage?
> Fluid from swelling is transported via the lymphatic system. If not moved on quickly it becomes semi-solid
   and too thick to pass into lymph vessels.  It then sticks to surrounding tissues (muscles, bones, tendons, 
   ligaments) and forms what is known as ‘adhesions’.  If adhesions form in a joint, movement can be
   restricted permanently.  Massage encourages lymphatic circulation and the swift disposal of toxic
   substances.

> Massage promotes the peristaltic activity, (wave like motion) which assists the colon with the removal of
   waste material from the body, combating constipation.  It strengthens the muscular walls of the intestines
   and abdomen and stimulates the secretion of digestive juices from the liver, pancreas, stomach, and
   intestines.

> Massage loosens the phlegm in the lungs and the trachea (air pipe) and helps working it out of the lungs.

> Massage promotes the release of endorphins which creates a general feeling of wellbeing.

   YOUR BODY WILL THANK YOU TOMORROW

Pringle Hydro Massage